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Bolte School of Business Resources

Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business Mission Statement

The Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business, proudly integrated in a Catholic University, fosters the divine calling of business professionals who consider the dignity of the human person, who apply the highest standards of personal integrity, and who serve the common good.

In this context, the Bolte School builds innovative education programs, advances knowledge through quality scholarship, promotes responsible business practices, and develops future leaders who are ethical decision-makers and effective problem-solvers.

Ultimately, the Bolte School seeks to positively influence global communities by considering people as well as profits, morality as well as market-share, and service as well as self.


Bolte School Advisory Board

bolte-school-board_members.jpgThe Bolte School Advisory Board is comprised of business leaders and academic leaders from various colleges and universities. Its purpose is to provide advice and guidance to the dean on all aspects of the Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business.

The committee formally meets each semester in what has become a very comprehensive program of evaluation and guidance of the Bolte School. Committee members frequently visit campus to speak to students or various classes, and have assisted many students in their career search.

Meet the Bolte School Advisory Board

Alison Banzinger, C'92

Paige Buchanan, C'22

Jeffrey Cannon, C'92

Scott Cowperthwaite, C'94

Christopher Currens, C'87

Bob Dean III, C'92

Dave DiLuigi, C'92

Hugh Giorgio, C'91

John Graham, C'82

Charlie Haberkorn, C'80

Scott Hamberger

Matthew Kastel

Tom Leverone, C'86

Matt McSherry, C'08

Megan Molloy, C'00

Frank Powers, C'94

James Racheff

Brian Santo, C'03

Kelly Shanley, C'23

Anthony Solazzo, C'01

Scott Szeliga, C'97

Faculty Activities

Scholarly Publications

Josey Chacko

  • “An Alternative Multiple-Choice Question Format to Guide Feedback Using Student Self-Assessment of Knowledge.” Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 18(3), 456-480. June 2020. Published together with Stephane Collignon & Megan Martin.

William Forgang

  • Managing a Virtual Firm in Global DNA. Sentia Press, 2019.

Christina Yoder

  • “Women in Banking: Shared Challenges Yet Different Paths to Leadership.” SAGE Business Cases. January 2020.

Scholarly Presentations

Christina Yoder

  • Completed The Catholic University of America and The Busch School of Business’ Certificate in Catholic Social Doctrine for Professionals, August 2019.
  • “Leading by coaching: how to integrate a coaching approach in your organization to build trusting relationships, improve performance, and maximize talent for the future.” 3rd Annual Mid-Atlantic Leadership Studies Conference. Harrisburg, PA. Accepted to present; conference cancelled due to COVID.

Professional Activities

Josey Chacko

  • Corresponding Chair, Analytical Modeling & Simulation Track, ISCRAM Conference, Fall 2019 - Spring 2020.
  • Editorial Review Board, International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, 2019-2020.

Ad hoc Reviewer

  • POMS: College of Humanitarian Operations and Crisis Management track
  • International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management

Christina Yoder

  • Consulting Partner of Vide Consulting Group, LLC.
  • Proposal Reviewer, International Leadership Association’s Global Conference, 2020.
  • Judge, Chief Learning Officer Magazine’s LearningElite Awards, 2020.
  • Proposal Reviewer, Academy of Management’s Annual Meeting, 2020.

Community Service

Christina Yoder

  • Head Judge & Coaching Workshop Facilitator, Keystone Youth Football & Cheerleading League, 2019 - 2020.
  • Facilitated a project management workshop for the Leadership Franklin County Community Program in Chambersburg, PA, on October 9, 2019.
  • Presented a workshop, “Pathways & Passions: Finding the Perfect Major for You” at the Future Business Leaders of America’s Regional Leadership Conference held at Penn State Mont Alto on December 13, 2019.


Patrice Flynn

  • Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to Russia. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of State. AY 2018-19.